I liked the way they foreshadowed this week's episode by showing a few brief segments last week.
I liked the way a tear silently fell down Jack's cheek.
I liked the way they pieced together the last weeks of Chet's life (prior to his disappearance) through interviews over flashbacks.
I liked the character change as we saw Chet's world disintegrate.
I liked Jack having to reveal that he told Chet to move on.
I liked the flashback of Chet and Sean in their tent. The rapport. The genuine affection. How young and sweet and cute littel Sean was.
I liked the fact that Chet's tenacity paid off and after 7 long years he made the connection that led him to the kidnappers and their motive.
I liked the way it looked like he was murderer.
I liked the story of how the renegade kidnapper was killed in an accident.
I liked the reunion with his son. The way he squatted down and said <i>Hi there! I'm you're... I'm Chet. What is your name?</i>
I liked the fact that Chet's 7 year quest came to a victorious end. I liked the implied hope of a better future.
I liked the moral of the story: never lose hope.
I liked the entire story from beginning to end.
I watch a lot of TV and I generally like everything I choose to watch, but it's only about once ever four or five years that I see a show that really moves me.
That was a hell of a show!!!
Hey, Cali, thanks for mentioning my avatar.